antique

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  • His antique wall clock is still a feature in the current bank building.
  • Antique elements are worked into the design of the turn-of-the-century building.
  • During this time his father died and his mother closed the antiques shop and lived alone.
  • The fly-in also featured an air show and an antique car show.
  • After being involved in racing he also worked in industrial engineering and commercial building design and antiques.
  • This section of Bank Street is also well known for its antique stores.
  • It is a true antique and one of the few left in the US.
  • The library collection contains over a million volumes and over two hundred thousand rare and antique books.
  • The town is now known as a centre for the antiques trade.
  • The city has a large number of antique stores in its historic downtown.
  • This museum features a collection of restored antique fire equipment and fire engines.
  • They attend an antique sale together and begin seeing each other whenever possible.
  • It is an important and rare example of a late antique scientific text.
  • He is also well known for his collection of antique cars and his work in promoting car shows.
  • The book in its multiple editions has become the standard reference work for antique silver.
  • A portion of the lower floor now houses an antiques store.
  • They may also include old or antique weapons, such as centuries-old cannons.
  • In recent years it has been used as an antiques shop.
  • In addition to acting, he ran his own antiques business.
  • He co-founded an antiques firm and was active in communications and media for the rest of his life.
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Meaning of antique

  • noun Any piece of furniture or decorative object or the like produced in a former period and valuable because of its beauty or rarity
  • verb Shop for antiques
    We went antiquing on Saturday
  • verb Give an antique appearance to
    antique furniture